This section contains the Code of Practice on Assessment, or "the CoPA" for short. This important document contains all of the information a LUBS student needs to know about the rules and requirements for submitting work and how it is marked. You can also learn about how you will receive feedback on your work and how to get help if something goes wrong.
Reading the CoPA
The CoPA is divided into ten sections, which you can read online by selecting from the section heading you need from the squares below.
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If you have any difficulty accessing any of the information in the CoPA you can contact the site admin at firstname.lastname@example.org
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You can also learn about any exceptions which may apply to students on certain courses, and who to contact if you need help with any of the information in the CoPA.
You will also find information on assessment registration and timetables.
You can also read advice about following academic integrity guidelines and avoiding academic misconduct.
This includes information about the ways modules are marked, the marking scales used and how marks are published.
You can also read information on graduation and the issuing of certificates and diploma supplements.
This section explains when this may apply to you and how the resit process works.
This sections explains the correct procedure and where to seek guidance.
It also lists the roles of internal and external service areas, staff and committees involved in assessment.